This is a horribly broad question, but I'm stuck. I'm successfully logging a ton (10K+ samples per session) of temperature data, and it's hard to manage. Manual observation of the numbers seems to indicate that the data's all valid, but grinding through it byte- by- byte isn't time effective at all! For background- http://forum.arduino.cc//index.php?topic=89926.0
I'm trying to find a PC- based program that will let me window, average, smooth, build comparison channels, etc for 'large' volumes of data. Excel can do it- but it really chokes on bigger chunks, and it can't do any useful condensation and hiding of 'uninteresting' data. Statistical analysis is what I'm really interested in- as in, 'What's the correlation between tire temperature and cornering loads?' for example.
Examples of operations would be correlating temperature data to lateral load data. Smoothing load data, Windowing out (or highlighting) out- of- range events and data. Hiding long, 'boring' straights...
I'm not picky- I'm looking for direction as much as specific answers. I'm a novice coder, so doing this myself would be... painful. Existing commercial products all seem to be tied to hardware- and hardware that doesn't do what I need it to do (thus, the Arduino logger)